Arbe Robotics, a global leader in perception radar solutions, has announced that it has obtained the Japanese Telecommunication and Radio certification for radar samples based on its mass production RF chipset.
This certification marks a significant milestone for Arbe, enabling it to tap into one of the world’s top automotive markets. The company has already begun a sensor fusion solution development project with a leading Japanese automotive company, while conducting pilot programs with major OEMs and Tier-1s in Japan.
Japan is renowned for its high standards and regulations in the automotive industry, putting all automotive and telecommunications technologies through a rigorous certification process prior to commercial evaluation in the region. Arbe’s chipset and flexible software-defined solution have been adapted to meet local regulations and desired specifications, demonstrating the scalability and flexibility of the platform.
“Successfully obtaining licensing in Japan is a testament to the maturity of our solution,” says Kobi Marenko, CEO of Arbe. “We believe that our radar solutions will help accelerate the market by providing safety and reliability for ADAS and autonomous vehicles in the region.”
Arbe’s Perception Radar, which enhances radar functionality significantly beyond what was previously possible, has revolutionized automotive radar technology. Supported by 2,304 virtual RF channels, it delivers the best image quality on the market based on ultra-high resolution at long range sensing. Arbe’s solution provides unmatched safety by eliminating the common causes of autonomous technology-related road collisions with capabilities like stationary object detection and false alarm elimination while protecting vulnerable road users, the company says. The company’s emergence in the Japanese market will drive advanced safety for ADAS and autonomous vehicles in the region.
As a global leader in perception radar solutions, Arbe’s success in obtaining the Japanese Telecommunication and Radio certification marks a significant milestone in its ongoing mission to enhance safety and reliability for ADAS and autonomous vehicles worldwide.
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